Summary of Watershed Conditions in the Guadalupe River Basin
Friday, December 09, 2016

This page is updated once a day with data obtained from USGS.

streamflow
  Flow (cfs) % of Daily Median
A. Guadalupe River @ Comfort Not Available Not Available
B. Canyon Reservoir
Inflow 392 256%
Release 304 201%
Full Res. Elev. - msl (Conservation pool) 909  
Reservoir Elev. Today - msl 909.57  
Capacity (Conservation pool) 100%  
     
C. Blanco River @ Wimberley 137 263%
D. Comal Springs 402 131%
E. San Marcos Springs 250 150%
F. Guadalupe River @ Gonzales 1970 251%
G. Guadalupe River @ Victoria 5670 645%
H. San Antonio River @ Goliad 10800 2911%
I. Guadalupe River @ Tivoli 2710 194%
     
Bay & Estuary Inflow 3780  

Diagrams reflect sources. Losses and diversions not included.

Full Reservoir Elevation Daily Elevation
Elevation 909 909.57
Historical Current
Spring Branch (Inflow) 153 392
Sattler (Release) 151 304
Historical Current
Comal 307 402
San Marcos 167 250
Canyon Release Comal Springs Natural Baseflow
Source Percentages 35.3 46.7 18.0
Canyon Release Comal Springs San Marcos Springs Natural Baseflow
Source Percentages 5.4 7.1 4.4 83.1

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